Wüsthof recently debuted several new products across its cutlery collections, including: Classic, Classic Ikon and Gourmet, as well as a new electric knife sharpener.
The company’s new Classic 6-inch cleaver is a full tang cleaver, precision-forged from a single piece of high-carbon stain-free steel, ideal for chopping down large cuts of meat, bone and hearty vegetables. It has an SRP of $262.
The company also added the Classic 7-inch Hollow Edge Craftsman that is said to be a hybrid design combining the features of a chef’s knife, boning knife and carving knife, inspired by farm-to-table cooking. Forged from a single piece of high-carbon, stain-free steel, its blade is cut by Wüsthof’s PEtec. The wide belly helps for rocking cuts, and its clip-point tip facilitates easy maneuvering around joints for de-boning and filleting, while its hollow-edge design allows for smooth, precise carving and slicing. It has a suggested retail price of $162.
The company has also added the Gourmet White 4-piece Steak Knife set that includes laser-cut high-carbon stain-free knives with white handles. The set has a suggested retail price of $124.
Also new for the company is the Easy Edge Electric Sharpener. The premium belt-driven sharpener is made for home use and designed for knives forged using Precision Edge Technology. It features three speeds and an internal vacuum system for collection of metallic debris.
All of the new products are scheduled to be available in April.